By David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)
Finally here's the long-awaited, first Western-language reference advisor focusing completely on chinese language literature from ca. seven-hundred B.C.E. to the early 7th century C.E. Alphabetically prepared, it includes not less than 775 entries on significant and minor writers, literary types and schools,"" and demanding chinese language literary phrases. as well as delivering authoritative information regarding every one topic, the compilers have taken meticulous care to incorporate specified, updated bibliographies and resource info. The reader will locate it a treasure-trove of old money owed, specifically whilst shopping during the biographies of authors.Indispensable for students and scholars of pre-modern chinese language literature, heritage, and concept. half One features a to R.
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6 (2001): 105–7, 115. Qian Zongwu 錢宗武. “Jinwen Shang shu yuqici de yuyong fanwei he yuyong tezheng” 今文《尚書》語氣詞的語用範圍和語用特徵. 4 (2001): 41–43. shang shu 尚書 (hallowed writings of antiquity) 825 Studies of Shang shu as Literature Hu Nianyi 胡念貽. “Shang shu de sanwen yishu zai wenxue shi shang de diwei he yingxiang”《尚書》的散文藝術在文學史上的地位和影響. Shehui kexue zhanxian (1981: 1): 224–34; rpt. in Hu Nianyi. Zhongguo gudai wenxue lungao 中國古代 文學論稿. Shanghai: Shanghai guji chubanshe, 1987. Chang Kang 常康. “Shi tan Shang shu de yuyan yishu” 試談《尚書》的語言藝術.
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He also mocks him for his inventions of a southpointing chariot and a mechanical flying eagle. In his reply Zhang Heng repeats the familiar argument that the times are so peaceful and the state is so orderly, men of talent are of little use. Although he acknowledges that he was not born in a favorable time, Zhang says he has resigned himself to his fate and will not complain of his lack of recognition. He also does not apologize for his interest in practical and mechanical arts. At the end of the piece, Zhang seems to imply that he prefers occupying an obscure position in which he can engage in pursuits that are more suited to his nature.
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